Video number 4 in the series about filet crochet with a large mesh is published today. I wanted to have a more steep border for the V-shaped neckline of my vest. And the slanted decrease of 1 hole of the mesh over 1 row, as I showed you in the previous video, was not suitable for it. So I figured this out myself also, because I really couldn’t find it on the internet. And this is also very simple! You only have to remember to distribute the decrease over 2 rows. You probably won’t forget very quickly when you’ve done the first part of the decrease at the end of your row and then make the second part at the start of the next row, but if you’ve done the first part of the decrease at the start of your row, you have to pay attention to finish the decrease at the end of your next row. And especially with large rows, there could be some time in between these. So a little tip: just mark the first part with a stitch marker. So you will see, when you’re back there again, you still have to do something 🙂 .
Okay, it is really hot today, so I don’t know if you’re busy with crocheting, knitting or other creative stuff, but watching a video is something you can do with all kinds of weather, isn’t it? 🙂 So I hope again you enjoy watching this!